Final call-out to Tipperary artists, children and young people for entries for Zurich Portrait Prize and Zurich Young Portrait Prize 2022

The National Gallery of Ireland is pleased to announce the judges for the 2022 Zurich Portrait Prize and Zurich Young Portrait Prize competitions. Judges for the Zurich Portrait Prize are Anna O’Sullivan, Director of the Butler Gallery, Kilkenny; Nick Miller, artist; and Diana Copperwhite, artist. Judges for the Zurich Young Portrait Prize are Una Sealy […]

South-East Technological University student wins Enterprise Ireland’s third level Student Entrepreneur Awards 2022

South-East Technological University Student, Alannah Pardy, founder of RecaptureOne, has won the Grant Thornton High Achieving Merit Award and €5,000 at Enterprise Ireland’s 2022 Student Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. The student was presented with the Award at a ceremony at Trinity College Dublin on June 10th. RecaptureOne is a cloud-based multimedia company specializing in […]

Free bus to Construction and Retrofit Training Centre Open Day 20th June

Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative are organising a free bus to bring people to the Open Day at Tipperary ETB’s new Construction/Retrofit Skills Training Centre in Tipperary Town on Monday June 20th. The bus will be leaving from Ballingarry (Thurles) at 8.45am and stopping in Littleton and Clonoulty on the way. Click here to book your […]

Boil Water Notice issued for Newport Public Water Supply with immediate effect to protect the health of customers

Issued Sunday, June 12 2022 – Following consultation with the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Tipperary County Council have issued a Boil Water Notice for the area supplied by the Newport Public Water Supply to protect public health. The population impacted by this notice is approximately 7,321 people. This notice is being issued because […]

Tipperary students urged to consider accountancy apprenticeship set to create 140 jobs

Tipperary students have been urged to consider an accountancy apprenticeship programme which will create 140 jobs nationally this year. Applications are now open for the Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) Apprenticeship – based in colleges in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Monaghan, Waterford and Wicklow. And a graduate of the programme has advised Leaving Certificate students currently […]

2,500 pints of Guinness, 1,000 selfies, 400 hotel beds and more as Dublin Tech Summit takes over capital

The organisers of this year’s Dublin Tech Summit (DTS) say they expect a surge in demand for pints of Guinness, an increase in the number of selfies and a spike in hotel accommodation ahead of next week’s leading technology conference. Taking place at the RDS in Dublin on the 15th and 16th of June, it […]

Enterprise Ireland launches Gael Offshore Network at Offshore Wind Forum

Enterprise Ireland has today formally launched the Gael Offshore Network at its second Offshore Wind Forum at Croke Park. The Gael Offshore Network has been established to bring together and grow expertise in Offshore Wind in Ireland. The cluster is made up of over 65 member companies. Launched by Enterprise Ireland CEO, Leo Clancy, Gael Offshore Network […]

GIY and Energia are searching for Munster’s ‘Get Ireland Growing Community Hero’

GIY and Energia are on the search for Munster’s ‘Get Ireland Growing Community Hero’ as they invite communities across Ireland to take part in Energia Get Ireland Growing Day on Saturday, July 2nd 2022.   Get Ireland Growing Day is part of the Energia Get Ireland Growing initiative, in partnership with GIY. This year the […]

Friends of the Earth report reveals significant barriers to retrofitting at household, community and national level

Current policy measures not sufficient to meet the needs of certain groups, while worsening energy price crisis heightens risk of energy poverty due to dependence on fossil fuel heating. Friends of the Earth today published a research report on barriers to retrofitting in Ireland [1]. The report was informed by interviews with experts in energy […]

EPA Greenhouse Gas emissions projections highlight the need for urgent implementation of climate plans and policies

EPA Projections data indicate that: Total greenhouse gas emissions are estimated to have increased by 6 per cent in 2021. Planned policies and measures, if fully implemented, could deliver up to 28 per cent (4 per cent per annum) emissions reduction up to 2030. Ireland can comply with its 2030 EU emissions reduction target only […]

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